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Father's Day Ham and Egg Fry Up - The Dough Balls(Baked Dough Balls)

The Naked WhizThe Naked Whiz Posts: 4
edited 1:53AM in Baking
• Frozen Bread Dough from your supermarket freezer section (or make your own bread dough)
• Flour
• Garlic Butter

InstructionsThe BGE should be set up for baking with a pizza stone. Allow the BGE to stabilize at 350 degrees.Allow the frozen bread dough to thaw. It will be very sticky, so place it on a floured cutting board. Note: You just want the dough to thaw. Don't let it rise. Once it is thawed, cut ½-inch slices off the loaf. Each slice should make a ball about the size of a golf ball. Coat the slice with flour so you can handle it and then form it into a ball by pulling the edges towards the center and pressing down. Think of a pin cushion. Do this until the ball is formed and you don't have any stray edges sticking out. Prepare as many balls as you desire, perhaps four per person. (Don't worry if your dough balls are flat like a pin cushion. They will assume the ball shape when they bake.)You will be cooking the dough balls with the Ham and Egg Fry Up (separate recipe) so make sure you leave room for the dough balls when you place the serving dishes for the fry up. Place the dough balls on the pizza stone at the same time you start the fry up. Cook at 350 degrees for 20 minutes. When done, brush with garlic butter.NotesServe with the Ham and Egg Fry Up in a basket lined with a towel to keep them warm.Number of Servings: Time to Prepare:
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